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WILD CATS BEA1TENI
BY BOlERA KERS~

die1929 SELECTIONS
By Adsit Sfewa't. time it was a case of do or die for -
Michigan basketball fans wTO both sides and there was little time
were hot for another title turned lf-wich to doit.

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Intramural News

Murphy, Wooden Star in 38-22'
Victory; Sophomore Sinks
Six Baskets.

TODAY'S

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LEADERS SHOW

POWER

the way home after witnessing the
Weiveirne-Illinois enounter Mon-
day night. hope was flickering like

Sharing the lead in the Western an ancien kerosene lamp with an
Conference cage championship ] old witk.
race with Illinois the Lambertf.
c o a c h e d Boilermakers downedey hd wavh1d' iasf yea s
Northwestern 39-22 in their second
Big Nine tilt Monday night Pur- I ssh tnswas
" type ofwa
due's first gane was a victory over wok etha las been seen in
the Wolverine quintet last Satur- the field lowuse in ma' uny a
day evening. mveu and the last nilnute
Illinois in tumbling the Maize . p1nch was aliitfaVor of [Ili-
and Blue cagers another notch!
down the list stamped themselves
as powerful contenders for title The shooting can be explained by
honors and at the same time virtu- saying it was probably an off night,
ally eriminated the Wolverines;the lack of a last minute punch
from the race. The Illini will place can be blamed on the Purdue game
their unbeaten slate before the ef- and the trip, and so can the lack
forts of the Badger shar'shooters of spirit all through the game.
in their next encounter at the end The fans are hoping that
of the week.T
Surprise Wolverines. these alibis are not just fiction
The "high-low" combination of but may have some real
towering "Stretch" Murphy and grounds. Can the Wolvermes
stubby Johnny Wooden that lead snap out of it soon enough and
the Boilermakers to a victory over With enough force to climb
1Michigan with a four point margin lclk 1o the top of the heap?
proved to be the stumbling blosk If they really were victims of an
of the:Wildcats. Murphy besides t
holdirig control of the tip-off ac- off night, they can still make con-
counted for four goals from the nsiderable ofan impression in the
floor and four free throws making a Conference ranks. Otherwise, Mich-
total of 12 points. igan will have to be content with
Johnny Wooden drilled through just a mediocre season.
the Northwestern defense out-scor- The game Monday night
ing his captain by one point sink- Tht ge o ams,
ing six baskets and a free throw. ibrog ht to eth er tw o eam
The Wildcats put up a stubborn de- least, were stron on the .de
fense in the first half but the long fense and only so-so on the of-
reach of Murphy proyed to much fense with the result that the
for them. contest was slow and uninter-
Purdue Finishes Strong. esting during its first three
At the end of the first half the! quarters.
Boilermakers were out in front 19
to 11. In the final period North, The close score literally forced
western's defense crumbled and the game into a faster tempo dur-

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Just how bad the Wolver-
ines were suffering erom eye
truble eani be gleamed from
the statisti s o the subject.
The I1Iai c and luie i agesrs
ihad- 611t t!u; out of 30 aL-
teniits at long sho4s, whlich
was not so had in respei to the
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7:30-Hammer-Stan
Navarre.
7:30--Gorelick-Gretc
MMahon.
7:30 --Stanchfield-Ar
lins-Engleman
Basketba
4:15--Psi Upsilon "A
Alpha "A"
4:15-Phi Mu Delta
C pha tDelta t"A"
7:00-Tau D1ta Ib
Beta Tau "A"
p7:00-Theta Kappa
Psi "A"l

Sigma Phi Epsilon "A"
GAMES l8:20-Alpha Sigma Phi "A" vs. Pi
Lambda Phi "A"
LIA '9:00-Omega Psi Phi "A" vs. Beta
ford vs. Jones- Sigma Psi "A"
9:00-S igma Alpha Epsilon "A" vs.
,h vs. Smith- 9:0 Chi Phi "A"
-9:00-Kappa Delta Rho "A" vs. Al-
rthur vs. Col- pha Kappa Kappa "A"
9:00-Sigma Nu "A" vs." Delta
all. Kappa "A"
vs. Pi Kappa 9:40-Sigma Phi "A" vs. Alpha Chi
vs. PiKappa ho "A"
9:40-Phi Delta Theta "A" vs.Tau
"A" vs. Phi Al- Epsilon Phi "A"
"A" v Z 9:40-Acacia "A" vs. Delta Sigma!
v ZetaDelta "A"
9:40-Alpha Phi Alpha "A" vs. Phi
Ni "A vs. Chi Sigma Delta "A"
" vs. Delta Phi --.
s DActivities Cover
"A" vs. Phi Wide Scope This Week

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But in 18 tries at shorat shots,
under the classification of "dogs,"
the Michigan players sunk narry
a one making the percentage on
short shots an unadulterated zero.
Only one field goal was registered
in the second half.

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These facts speak only too
well of the calibre of the Illi-
nois defense.,The Indians were
j not flashy nor were they par-
ticularly clever on the offense
but there is no iquestioning the
the fact that they possessed a
first class defense.
In only one other respect did
they show themselves to be any-

Tom Zachary.
Veteran hurler of the New York'
Yankees who led all American
League pitchers in games won and
lost and in earned run percentage
during the 1929 baseball season.

7:00-Xi Psi Phi "A
7:00-Delta Upsilon
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VARSI TY MATMEN
LOOK TO TITLE

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the Lambertmen rapidly widened ing most of the last half. By that
their lead. The margin of victory
might have been even greater but Old Tom
for the fact that the Purdue sharp-T Zachar
shooters had considerable difficulty A
in finding the mark on short shots. Tops League Aces
Northwestern by virtue of vic-
tories over Wisconsin, co-holder of (Continued From Page 6)
the chaipionship honors last year, is the best young hurler to come in-,
and Minnesota had been figured to the big leagues in the last de-
to play a prominent part in the cade, which in their opinion would
title race this year. Michigan also rank him above such stars of the
on early season performances was game as Grove, Earnshaw, Pipgras,
conceded a good chance -to land on Thomas, Lyons, Morris, Walberg,
top when the season closed. Tire Crowder and Gray, all among the
Boilermakers though they, dropped best veteran performers in Ameri-
two games before. the conference can League circles.
race opened managed tb upset the Shores, Philadelphia newcomer,
Wolverines and to outclass the profed that he will be capable of
Wildcats. taking his regular turn with. the
mound aces of the champions next
Jim Oberlander, all-American year by winning 11 games and los-
halfback and football coach at Ohio ing only six in the latest capaign.
State university, has been signed as Sherid, Yankee youngster, split
head coach at Connecticut Wesley- i even with six wins and six losses,
an university. while McKain, of the White Sox,

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thing other than just an ordinaryc - m--
~Big Nine team. They knew the art i C PvuedFom Iparec6)3
Sof stalling and could use it toper- to account for only one fall, againsti
fection against the Michigan five Princton. Kelly is one of the three;
with added effectiveness because veterans on the team this year with
Purdue had taken something out Ray Parker at 168 the last letter-
to the Michigan players which was man competiting. Parker took a fall
still left to the Indians in the last from Franklin and Marshall, bit
minutes of play. Coach Keen decided not to use him'
!against Princeton, sending Siger-
foos to the mat in his place. The
CONFERENCE CAGE new Michigan man, however was
STANDINGS unable to hold his opponent andi
lost by a fall.
W. L. Pct. Al Steinke performing for thel
Purdue...........2 0 1.000 'first time as a 178 pounder put upi
Illinois............2 0 1.000 a great bat tle against Captain
Indiana...........1 0 1.000 Schutte of Franklin and Marshall,
Northwestern......2 1 .667 but was defeated by a time advan-
Wisconsin ..........1 1 .500 tage of two minutes. The F and Ms
I MICHIGAN .........1 e .334 wrestler is one of best in this weight
Chicago .............0 1 .000 I in the country and has never been
Ohio State........0 2 .000 beaten during his collegiate career.
Minnesota ...........0 2 .000 Princeton did not send a 178 pound-
1 J er into the meet, this crediting
EVANSTON, Ill., Jan. 14 - Pur- Steinke with a fall.
I due's high-powered basketball! In the heavyweight division,
championship contender trounced 'Coach Keen took both Stoddard and
Northwestern, 30-22, last night to Auer, using one in each match,
gain its second consecutive Big Stoddard accounted for a fall
Nine victory. The "Stretch" Mur- I against his Franklin and Marsall
phy-Johnny Wooden combination opponent, but Auer was notso for- I
that caused Michigan's downfall tunate at Princeton loseing to Bill
Saturday night, was in even bettter Barfield.
form against Northwestern ac- f - -
counting for 25 points. Prospects of the Cincinnati Reds
Northwestern stayed with the landing in the first division in the
Boilermakers fairly well ip the S 1930 campaign appeared brighter
first half but buckled in the clos- as club officials took the lineup for
ing period. spring training.
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7:40-Tau Kappa. Epsilon "A" vs. Every sort of sport will be dis-
Trigon "A" played during the activities at the
8:7:40-Delta Alpha Epsilon "A" vs Intramural Building Thursday
Phi. Chi "A" night. The daily program of 20
7:40-Phi Rho Sigma "A" vs. Sigma basketball games will be played and
Chi "A" Ijin addition volleyball, indoor soccer,
7:40-Delta Sigma Phi "A" vs. Phi handball, swimming and badming-
Kappa Psi "A" ton will be under way.
8:20-Theta Chi "A" vs. Nu Sigma. The feature of the evening will
Nu "A" be the exhibition handball contest
8:20-Phi Kappa Sigma "A" vs. Phi between members of the Toledo Y.
Kappa "A" M. C. A. and the leading Intramural
8:20-Alpha Kappa Lambda "A" vs. handball players.
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Helen Wills plans a series of
newspaper articles on tennis to be
written during her summer inva-
sion of Europe.

won six while losing nine. At times,
however, the Pale Hose rookie
showed real flashes of form, and
something may be expected of him
during the 1930 season.

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